Well, since it is .net I guess you could send me a lib or idl file or whatever and I could write a simple C# exe to access the dll. If you want. For test. I don't know about you guy's, but I want to know that everything works before integrating anything into the skin. Still struggling to get my BT to work though, so no rush :-)
Ok. The good news is that you have managed to register the dll now.
Originally Posted by ThunderStick
Whats happening here is that its not finding the mobilephone.ini file to setup all the internal gubbins. I had a bug in the code where it looked for this file in the roadrunner directory but the latest installer should have fixed this to look for it in the .\plugins\mobilephone directory. Can you confirm where your ini file is and that your using the latest install.
I've posted a screen shot of the app working in post 2 for reference.
I think I will add a bit of debug if it cant find the file.
Some more general information, if you have a windows mobile phone, to make use of the contacts (which this plugin doesn't do yet, lol, but in the interest of the bluesoleil stack/SDK which FINALLY has HFP) go here:
Similarly with Symbian S60:
Good job guys, an SDK with HFP support is fantastic. IMHO this is the software solution everybody has been aching for years now. With Windows 7 apparently natively supporting HFP and Bluesoleil 6 being compatible with so many bluetooth adapters, I don't think I've seen a better universal solution.
I've been speaking to the SDK guys at BlueSoleil and they're telling me the phonebook stuff wil be released in Qtr2. Rest assured I will add it to the plugin when it arrives.
I'm also about to make a new release (today or tomorrow) of this that includes most of the not implemented labels and indicators. Keep checking post one.
hey lambosprit, I'm actually happaned to do the same type of plugin, so some one on my page recomended me to combine forces w/ u and I think that would be a good idea.
I have good knowlage of AT commands and that was my original idea to controll phone and use default headset HS profile. But that didn't work as one of the most popular phone (iPhone) does not support AT commands :( so I switched to BS.
Unfortunatly for me BS did not have .net samples so I wondering how did you get it working in .net, did you use C++?
Do you want to work togather on this project?
PS: BS 6.2.xxx.x and up has support for Phone Books via AT commands. BS 6.4.xxx.x has added support for Windows Mobile phone books but you need to install extra soft on the phone.
I've managed to do most of the code in vb.net using p/invoke. Learned most of it from google. Never programed before my RRVLC plugin (that is vb6) so its probably really badly done but it works. :)
To get some of the labels implemented I've had to do a wrapper dll in c++.net so now its a bit of both types of code. With the experience of wrapping the dll I may put everything into a wrapper and make this plugin be the RR specific bit but allow the wrapper dll to be used for other programs. Haven't made my mind up yet.
Might be interested in colaborating. Pm me to discuss.
New release tomorrow. Just waiting for the installer.
yea some one prommised to wrap BS dll for me, still waiting for that :(
You have new PM
I would be interested in having a dll I can use in c# .net :)
Was going to have a play with it myself but havent had the time.
Still here if you guys want to use me for making a exe for that dll in #C with size 480x800.
Send the .lib and .dll and .idl and .h and whatever, and I will get right on it!
bes51659, PM me your email and I'll send you C++ DLLs